Universiti Sains Malaysia
usm, (http://www.usm.my/en/). the second university in malaysia, more geared towards technical studies and it is one of three universities in malaysia that have been identified as research-intensive universities in malaysia.
Malaysia has excellent scuba diving. The most popular spots are the islands off the East Coast of peninsular Malaysia Perhentian, Redang, Tioman and many more, although the dive season is limited to April to September. However, the most famous dive site — often ranked among the best in the world — is Sipadan, off the easternmost tip of Malaysian Borneo. There are many other less well known sites, like Layang Layang.
Universiti Malaysia Pahang
ump, (http://www.ump.edu.my). it is the best technological and engineering in malaysia, located in the east coast region of the country, pahang. divided into two campuses, in gambang and pekan, on which, the distance between the two is about 60 kilometres.
Tunku Abdul Rahman University
utar, (http://www.utar.edu.my). tunku abdul rahman university also known as universiti tunku abdul rahman is a premier private university in malaysia, it provides programs including business, finance, accounting, medical, chinese medicine, chinese studies research, science, creative, and journalism.
mmu, (http://www.mmu.edu.my). it is malaysia's first private university. multimedia university mmu is one of the leading private universities in malaysia with a reputation for innovative education, it all began with an invitation from the malaysian government to telekom malaysia berhad, to establish the first private university in october 1996.
University of Malaya
um, (http://www.um.edu.my). malaysia's oldest university. it is widely recognised as the top university in malaysia, and many prominent malaysians are alumni of um.
Universiti Putra Malaysia
upm, (http://www.upm.my/). formerly known as universiti pertanian malaysia is among the oldest in malaysia. used to focus on agriculture sector but now is the leading universiti in malaysia in the field of biology, medical science and biotechnology. the only universiti in malaysia that offer vetenarian degree.
Obtaining a working visa takes some effort. The easiest way to work in Malaysia is probably to work for an overseas company and get posted to Malaysia. The Malaysian Immigration Department website (http://www.imi.gov.my) has basic advice. In order to obtain a work permit, you need to have an offer from your future employer who will have to do the paperwork for you. It's very expensive and comes with many restrictions if a company wants to hire a foreigner and as such next to impossible. As stated above, a feasible way is to get transfered. Finding a job is otherwise unlikely unless you are getting married to a local and even then it remains difficult.
Universiti Malaysia Sarawak
unimas, (http://www.unimas.my). focused on tourism, biotechnology and information technology, has a strong relationship with australian universities.
International Islamic University of Malaysia
iium, (http://www.iium.edu.my). private publicly-funded university in malaysia, sponsored by eight different governments from the organization of the islamic conference oic.
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
ukm, (http://www.ukm.my). the third public university formed in malaysia, but the first to use bahasa malaysia, as the medium of instruction.
Universiti Kuala Lumpur
unikl, (http://www.unikl.edu.my). malaysia's private university. focused on engineering technology and information technology.
Universiti Utara Malaysia
uum, (http://www.uum.edu.my). it is one of the famous management school for tertiary education in malaysia which is located in the northern peninsular malaysia at sintok, kedah. this campus comprises more than 21,000 of undergraduates.
You can find tame Grade I to incredibly difficult and dangerous Grade V rapids in Malaysia's many national parks:
Jeram Besu - Grade I-III - Pahang
Telom River - Grade V - Pahang
Kuala Perahu - Pahang
Lipis River - Pahang
Anak Jelai River - Grade I-II - Pahang
Tembeling River - Grade I-II - Pahang
Sedim River - Grade III-IV - Kedah
Sungai Selangor - Grade I-III - Selangor
Kiulu River - Grade II - Sabah
Padas River - Grade III-IV - Sabah
Sungai Itek Kampar River - Grade I-III - Perak
Sungkai River - Grade I-II - Perak
Singoh River - Grade V - Perak
Endau River - Johor
Nenggiri River - Grade I-III Kelantan
Kuala Kubu Bahru, Selangor